Block 3: Grouping of knowledge

 

Definition 4:

{proper noun 1} has a/an {singular noun}, called {proper noun 2}

  • and

{proper noun 1} has a/an {singular noun}, called {proper noun 3}

  • equals to

{proper noun 1} has {number: 2} {plural form of singular noun}, called {proper noun 2} and {proper noun 3}

 

Example 4:

Variables: proper noun 1 = “Paul”, proper noun 2 = “John”, proper noun 3 = “Anna”, singular noun = “parent

 

Given:

  • John is a parent of Paul.”

Generated conclusion:

  • Paul has a parent, called John.”              (generated by definition 1)

Given:

  • Anna is a parent of Paul.”

Generated conclusion:

  • Paul has 2 parent [plural of 'parent' is unknown], called John and Anna.”


Given:

  • Paul has 2 parents, called John and Anna.”

Detected that the generated conclusion is confirmed:

  • Paul has 2 parent [plural of 'parent' is unknown], called John and Anna.”

Detected: You have entered plural noun “parents”, which was unknown to me.